THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, July 29, 1960 —
activities in society
Jake Garelick was honored on his '75th birthday with a party
July 13 given by his children, Dr. and Mrs. Martin Garelick, Dr.
and Mrs. Louis Stillman, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Garelick, Mr. and
Mrs. Phillip Kramer. Included among the 28 guests were eight
of his 12 grandchildren and one of three great grandchildren.
The families of • Julius and Monty Meskin attended, also.
Mr. and Mrs. Asher N. Tilchin will honor George J. Fulkerson,
candidate for the Democratic nomination for Oakland County
prosecuting attorney, at an open house from 5 to 9 p.m., Sun-
day, in their home, 5901 St. James, West Bloomfield Hills. The
Tilchins have invited 200 friends to meet him.
Mrs. Rae Rubin, who has been visiting her son in Montreal,
now is visiting the family of her brother, the Alfred Bennetts,
24320 Condon, Oak Park. Before returning to her home in New-
ark, N.J., Mrs. Rubin will spend a few days with his daughter,
Gloria Moses, at a summer cottage on Elizabeth Lake.
Mr. and. Mrs. Joseph Tolkowsky of Tel Aviv are visiting
their children Sara and Maxwell Nadis, 20230 Plainview, and
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nadis of Meyers Rd. They will stay at the
Plainview residence for the summer.
Mrs. David H. Gateman (Kitty Schwartz) of Coral Gables,
Fla., is visiting with her sister, Sophia Blanche Schwartz of the
Town House Apartments.
Roberta Hotzm'an will return to her home at 20534 Rutherford
in August after attending a summer, session on a.scholarship for
Spanish instruction at the UniversitY of Notre Dame in Indiana.
She taught Spanish and French at Birmingham High School last
year. Miss Holtzman will enroll for graduate study at the Univer-
sity of Michigan in the fall.
Victor Reuther, the brother
of UAW President Walter
Reuther has returned from his
second visit to Israel as a guest
of Histadrut, the country's na-
tional labor union.
Himself an administrative of-
ficer of UAW and head • of its
p o 1 i,t i c a 1 action committee,
Reuther was accompanied by
his wife on • ;the •.15---day tour.
It was her first trip to Israel.
She - visited OMNA, the chil-
and. other Pioneer Women
(Moetzet Hapoalot) projects -,in
Haifa. She also was a guest . of
the Joseph . Breslaw Vocational
School for girls. -
Mrs. Reuther -said she was im-
pressed with the "dynamic
pace" she found everywhere.
"Israel's achievements in
every sphere' of industry, agri-
culture, education and social
welfare far exceeded my expec-
tations," she said.
Mrs. Robert Coggan and Mrs.
Charles D. Solovich, both of
Detroit, and Mrs. Morris Tack
of Southfield, are among 35
Bnai Brith Women leaders
from across the United States
and Canada attending an ex-
tensive Leadership Training
Institute at Camp Bnai Brith
in Starlight, Penn., to study
human relations, personnel
practices, budget control and
Laud Superstine Priqr
to Departure for Israel
The first life membership in
the Michigan Society of Hos-
pital Pharmacists has been
awarded to Edward Superstine,
chief pharmacist of Metropoli-
tan Hospital and special instruc-
tor at the Wayne State Univer-
sity College of Pharmacy.
He was also named `recipient
of the first "Distinguished Serv-
ice Citation" awarded by WSU's
College of Pharmacy.
Both presentations were
made at a testimonial early this
odt s . •
week honoring Superstine prior
to his departure for Israel. He
tO atl For yoi will
become director of phar-
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the Hebrew University in Jeru-
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Claire Barcus Wed Lubin to Study Agency's Needs in
in Double Ring Rites Israel; Debt Liquidation Approved
MRS. DONALD WARREN
In a recent double ring cere-
mony performed by Rabbi Mil-
ton Arm, Rachelle Claire Barcus
became the bride of Donald
Irwin Warren at Ahavas Achim
Synagogue. The immediate fa-
milies were present. '
Parents of the couple are
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barcus of
Warrington Dr., and Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Warren, of. Sussex
Ave. The newlyweds are resid-
ing on Canfield Ave., a f t er
honeymooning in New York.
ELLIS-GANTZ. Betty Jane
Gantz recently 'became the
bride of Dr. Ronald W. Ellis in
a wedding ceremony perfornied
by Rabbi Edward Zerin at the
Savery Hotel in Des Moines,
Ia. Parents of the couple are
Dr. and Mrs. A. Jay Gantz of
Greenfield, Ia, and Mr.. and
Mrs. Sol Ellis, 3767 Glendale.
The bride wore • a floor-length
sheath of imported silk organza.
The molded bodice was styled
with a deep square neckline
and cap sleeves. The gown was
French-tucked frdm shoulder to
hemline with a bouffant over-
skirt of plain organza with Swiss
embroidery. Her imported silk
illusion veil fell from a crown
of seed pearls. She carried a
French-styled bouquet of white
stephanotis. Judith Gantz was
her sister's maid of honor, and
Linda Wolf of Beverly Hills,
Calif., was bridesmaid. Meg
Gantz was her sister's junior
bridesmaid. Howard Ellis was
his brother's best man, and Dr.
Edward Klarman and Dr. Ralph
Wittenberg, both of Detroit,
served as ushers. The bride's
cousins, David and Alan Gel-
perin of Kansas City, Mo.,
were ushers. The newlyweds
are now residing in Detroit
where Dr. Ellit is interning at
JACK GORBACK, 17417 In-
diana, has been awarded a spe-
cial Certificate of Merit by the
Winona School of Photography,
Winona Lake, Ind., for success-
fully completing an intensive
course in Speedlight Portrait
Photography. The school is con-
ducted by the Professional Pho-
tographers of America, Inc.
within a fixed period of time.
Fisher said his committee will
continue its study of the debt
situation and he- stressed that
recommendations will be based
on a "normal flow of immigra-
Announcement was made last
week at a meeting of the Jewish
Agency for Israel, Inc., that
Dr. Isador Lubin, who was
named consultant of the recent-
ly reorganized 21-man body, will
leave for Israel this week to
study the needs for allocation
of United Jewish Appeal funds.
Dewey D. Stone, chairman of
the Agency, said that Dr. Lubin
will report on his findings and
decisions at .a meeting at the
end of September, when he will
submit his preliminary report
on the 1960-61 budget: Stone
said that Lubin's appointment
has met with a positive response
from the American Jewish com-
A meeting of the new Agency's
board will be held in Israel the
end of October, to determine
final budget allocations, Stone
Max. M. Fisher, of Detroit,-
chairman of the finance com-
mittee, reported on a• study of
the Agency's debt position. He
said that debts incurred by the
Agency during the past 12 years
to finance large scale rescue
and absorption activities exceed-
ed receipts from the UJA.
Fisher said that these debts
cannot be liquidated within a
short period of time without
affecting the ongoing Agency
`resettlement program in Israel,
and his committee therefore
recommended that the Agency
debt and consolidation loans
undertaken by various commu-
nities at UJA's request should
be refinanced on a long-term
The board approved the,
recommendation of Fisher's
committee that during the next
fiscal year a portion of JeWish .
Agency's income should be set
aside to liquidate the deficit
-Local Envoys Attend
`Home for Asthmatic
Representing the three De-
troit chapters of the Jewish Na-
tional Home for Asthmatic
Children at international con-
vention in Denver, Col.; this
Week are Mrs. Ben Stone, Coun-
cil • president; Mrs. George
Frank, Northwest Chapter; Mrs.
Jerome Krause, Junior League;
and Mrs. Bennett Fenberg, De-
Funds raised in Detroit by
the three chapters will be pre-
sented at the. •convention to
help further the Home's medical
and research program.
The Home, which provides
free, nationwide treatment to
children, ages six to 14, is con-
cerned with the illness of in-
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